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In pics: Britain's best medal win at Euro Championships

Jessica Ennis celebrates winning the heptathlon

Team GB have had their most successful European Athletics Championships ever, coming home from Barcelona with 19 medals, including Jessica Ennis' gold in the heptathlon.

Jessica Ennis competes in the long jump as part of the heptathlon

The 24-year-old had to compete in seven events, including the long jump, high jump, 200m, 800m and javelin...

Jessica Ennis throwing a javelin

Jessica scored a personal best throw of 46.71m in the javelin, helping her add the European title to her World Champion crown.

Mo Farah winning the men's 5,000m

Mo Farah did really well too, winning gold medals in the 5,000m and the 10,000m. It's the first time Great Britian have won the European 10,000m.

Mo Farah kisses the track after winning gold in the men's 5,000m final.

Mo was so happy after winning the 5,000m, he kissed the running track!

Perri Shakes-Drayton shows her bronze medal for the women's 400m hurdles

Mo and Jessica weren't the only winners. Perri Shakes-Drayton took home a bronze medals after coming third in the women's 400m hurdles.

The women's 4x400m relay team - Nicola Sanders, Marilyn Okoro, Lee McConnell and Perri Shakes-Drayton - with their bronze medals

She also did her bit to help the women's 4x400m relay team get a bronze medal. They came third behind Russia and Germany.

Michael Bingham, left, takes the baton from Conrad Williams during the men's 4x400m relay final

The men's 4x400m relay team did even better, coming second to grab the silver medal. Here's Michael Bingham, left, taking the baton from Conrad Williams during the final.

Michael Bingham, left, poses with his silver medal for the men's 400m, next to bronze medallist Martyn Rooney

Michael Bingham also got a silver medal in the men's 400m, while his relay team-mate Martyn Rooney got the bronze.

Chris Tomlinson during the the men's long jump final

Away from the track, Chris Tomlinson leapt 8.23 metres to win a bronze medal in the men's long jump.

David Greene crossed the finish line to win the men's 400m hurdles

David Greene and Rhys Williams finish first and second in the men's 400m hurdles.

And there was double success in the men's 400m hurdles as David Greene (right) took the gold, followed by team-mate Rhys William (left) who got the silver.